August 7th, 2009 • Posted in Book News |

last-exitHoorah!  Cemetery Dance have announce my new collection LAST EXIT FOR THE LOST.  The stunning cover by the always-brilliant Les Edwards is on the right, and the announcement, in part, reads:

From multi award-winning and New York Times bestselling writer Tim Lebbon comes this huge collection of the very best of his short fiction.

His first short fiction collection As the Sun Goes Down (Night Shade Book), attracted rave reviews. Now, Last Exit for the Lost collects the best of Lebbon’s output from 2000 to the present day. Weighing in at over 560 pages and containing 150,000 words of fiction, it also features two brand new, never-before-published stories.

Of course due to inevitable delays between contract signature and book announcement, it’s not actually the best of my short fiction right up to 2009 (there’s another announcement coming soon about another collection that will cover that later period … oh yes indeed), but this book is one I’ve been looking forward to mmore than any other I can remember.  It’s going to look lovely, for a start – what CD book doesn’t?  And with that gorgeous cover, and a great Intro from Joe R. Lansdale, what more could I ask for?

Hope you’ll pop along and place your order.

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6 comments on “New Book – LAST EXIT FOR THE LOST”

  1. Highlander says:

    Any chance of a UK version of this or will the CD be the only version (the postal charges from US are getting a bit bizarre).

  2. Tim Lebbon says:

    I’m afraid not, just a CD edition. But there’ll be a brand new UK colleciton coming soon (ish). Not announced yet, but it’ll be a scorcher.

  3. Steve Volk says:

    I’ve ordered.

    I suppose it might be all right.

  4. Highlander says:

    Okay I’ll sell the other kidney, how important can they be anyway, we have three after all:-)

  5. Paul Graham Raven says:

    Writers who title books and stories after Fields of the Nephilim songs = all right by me. 🙂

  6. Josh says:

    Looking forward to this. Got it peordered.

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